Ripping DVD to MicroSD Memory Card for Entertainment


This is an easy solution to backup your favourite DVD movies onto MicroSD Memory Card to devices for watching freely.

There are endless reasons why you might want to rip and convert a movie from a DVD and store it on your MicroSD Memory Card. You might want to watch a new DVD on your iPad or tablet (which do not have DVD drives); you might just want to backup your expensive movie collection; another reason might be that your DVD collection is bulging and you want to free up some room in your house (a terabyte hard drive full of movies could save a huge amount of cubic meters in your house). Anyway…

Enough rambling on about why you might want to do it, here's what we think is the best way to go about ripping DVDs to your MicroSD Memory Card for freely copying and watching. 

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To rip a DVD to MicroSD Memory Card for playing, don’t panic though, we’ve found some DVD ripping software which works brilliantly. I’d love to share my experience with you guys. Last year, I was also looking for best DVD backup workflow (painful) for quite a while until I met this Best Pavtube DVDAid

It is the top one among my searching and is highly recommended for ripping DVD to readable format for MicroSD Memory Card. It is professional and easy to use for editing and conversion an makes great quality copies of DVDs and other video files. The synchronization of audio and video and super fast conversion speed are also wonderful. If you happen to be a DVD lover and are creasy about watching movies on laptop and media players, you can go through this gide to learn how to rip/backup DVD to MicroSD Memory Card. Don’t you like to have a try?

They provide free trial (no time limitation) before purchase; and you can reach the Mac version here.

Ripping DVD to MicroSD Memory Card with suitable format

Step 1. Run Best DVD Ripper and import disc.

Click this icon to load disc from ROM, IFO/ISO or folder. I also noticed if you have a ISO file to import, it will recognize the ISO file automatically with no need to run virtual driver and mount ISO files firstly. Good design.


Step 2. Choose format.

Click “Format” drop-down list and choose proper format for different using.

For instance, if you simply want to back up DVD movies, here are two solutions:

1. Click the “Computer” icon on the top to output 1:1 DVD file exactly the same as original.

2. Select “Copy>Directly Copy” in format list to output an intact m2ts file of the main title.

 
For people who want to watch DVD their portable device, you can choose “Common Video >MPEG-4 HD Video(*.mp4) for watching.

Step 3. Change video specs. (Optional)

If you are not satisfied with default specs, then click “Settings” to enter Profiles Settings windows. You can customize video frame rate, bitrate, size and other settings freely.

(It does not work for directly copy)

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click the big red “Convert” to start backing up or converting your DVDs to MicroSD Memory Card. Usually backup will be quicker because it does not need to do trancoding.

After the conversion, click “Open output folder” to quick locate converted files. Connect your MicroSD Memory Card to computer and transfer them into it.

Further More about MicroSD Card: 

MicroSD is a kind of removable flash memory card used for storing information. SD is an abbreviation of Secure Digital. The cards are used in mobile phones. They are also used in newer types of handheld GPS devices, portable media players, digital audio players, expandable USB flash drives, Nintendo DS flashcards, and digital cameras.

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